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On debate over proposed Fair Elections Act, Sound does not necessarily equal Fury

Sustained news coverage & high-profile criticism don’t change opinions of those unfamiliar with the legislation

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Awareness breeds contempt: The more Canadians are aware of Fair Elections Act, the more they oppose it

New survey reveals most Canadians aren’t following the issue closely

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Quebecers, Canadians split on proposed Charter of Values

Two-thirds Quebecers support a proposed ban on religious clothing and symbols at work, more than half of the rest of Canadians oppose it

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Most Americans and Canadians Are Ready to Legalize Marijuana

Two thirds of respondents in the two countries describe the “war on drugs” as a failure.

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Canadians Call for Legislation to Deal with Gender-Based Abortion

Three-in-five respondents—including two thirds of women—believe there should be laws to outline whether a woman can have an abortion based solely on the gender of the fetus.

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Canadians Remain Divided on How to Deal with Prostitution

Men and older Canadians support decriminalization and consensual prostitution, but women and younger Canadians do not concur.

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